sustantivoNorth American informal
A foolish or contemptible person: you’ve really got to be some schmuck to fall for that one
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- As I put it to my students, if Yiddish were erased from contemporary English we'd have a hard time talking about bagels, pastrami, klutzes, and schmucks.
- The perfectly moronic bearer of this little divine awakening has the distinction of being one of the first truly monumental schmucks of my career.
- It makes up for all the times schmucks have tried to get on the train before I can squeeze out, making me wish I had worn my football helmet and pads.
late 19th century: from Yiddish shmok 'penis'.
Definición de schmuck en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.